Job Code: 21
21st Century Program - Site Director
Category: 21st Century Program
Job Type: Part-Time
The director must have knowledge and desire to implement a high quality program with the 4 key components of a 21st Community Learning Centers program and a licensed child care program. The Site Director must have the ability to work as a key team member in a school environment, with staff, parents and key stakeholders. Also required are excellent verbal and written skills and computer skills, experience working with a diverse group of adults (administrators, staff, families and community members), experience and proven success with child care licensing, staff supervision, business operations which include, children’s and staff files as well as day to day center management. Pay is an hourly wage based on experience and certification/ part-time/up to 20 hours per week.
- Assure that 21st CCLC program plans are in place and that they provide developmentally appropriate academic and youth development activities for students.
- Communicate with parents, school and program staff, and project partners to offer support and link of services using these methods: Phone calls, emails, text/remind app, and contactless deliveries both face to face and virtually.
- Maintain up to date center students’ enrollment and attendance information.
- Ensure the safety and supervision of all program participants by monitoring safe arrival and departure procedures. Will adhere to Covid 19 mandates of mask wearing and social distancing while working. Will assist in cleaning and disinfecting at our school site.
- Supervise, monitor, observe and provide feedback to program staff on a regular basis to assure that 21st CCLC program is meeting the outcomes in the impact areas.
- Work with 21st CCLC Grant Manager to provide snacks and nutrition education programming.
- Maintain a high quality relationship with YMCA branch staff, feeder school administrators and teachers and staff with other community partner agencies.
- Work directly with community agencies to provide needed resources and services to families and their children.
- Coordinate special needs accommodation plans for children with disabilities with the lead teachers and the parents.
- Help refer parents to the Parent and School Advisory group
- Attend director meetings as scheduled.
- Coordinate with other YMCA afterschool sites to share staff, program ideas, and distribution of materials.
- Assist the YMCA branch with raising scholarship contributions through the YMCA Annual Campaign.
- Be a YMCA professional and represent yourself in all situations as a YMCA employee in and out of your position.
- Attend trainings/meetings as called upon.
- Provide safe, healthy and appropriate developmental programs for children.
- Maintain an educated and diverse staff team.
- Active recruiting to maintain student enrollment.
- Meet or exceed budget expectations.
- Meet annual quality improvement recommendations.
- Meet all ODJFS and YMCA standards, policies and procedures.
- Maintain compliance standards with ODJFS SACC licensing, ODJFS Step Up to Quality initiative, ODE 21st CCLC grant and Childcare and Adult Food Program (CACFP).
Have four courses in Child Development/12 semester hours of credit in a related field or CPL level 2 with a preference of having two years of experience in a lead position working with school- age children. The director must obtain and maintain certification in First Aid, CPR, Recognition and Prevention of Child Abuse, and Communicable Disease. The director must have experience and knowledge of Ohio Department of Job and Families Child Care licensing regulations. Employee must exhibit enthusiasm, creativity and desire to work with children and basic skills and knowledge of certain virtual software computer platforms (google hangout/classroom). Knowledge base of working with youth ages 6-15 years. Employee must pass BCI/FBI background check. Provide a medical statement from a physician.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and distance vision. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
If interested, please send resume electronically by September 13, 2020 to Debbie Frison at firstname.lastname@example.org